The Vision for SDC

I wish to introduce myself –my name is Findlay Withers, General Manager of The Scottish Deer Centre. I have returned after a 6 year absence for a second appointment at The Scottish Deer Centre. I hope to use some of the skills learned in managing other visitor attractions, retailing and hospitality and help deliver our ambitious goals, strategies and plans of the next few years. Our returning guests will notice some of the changes already taking place in the Park and Coffee Shop.My role is to oversee and control all aspects of the business and develop it with the support of the great team we have here. We have a unique and dynamic environment with 3 elements to the business –Park, Retail and Catering, a great combination for a day out. You can visit all three or simply visit the Park; our retail offer (EWM, Ponden, Gifts, Food and more) in a courtyard setting or pop in for a coffee, snack or light lunch. My vision for The Scottish Deer Centre is to be the number one visitor attraction of choice in Fife and beyond, create a great day out where everyone can learn, have fun and be educated and be inspired by our tours and knowledgeable Park Staff. Yours Sincerely, Findlay
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The Scottish Deer Centre
Bow of Fife, Cupar
KY15 4NQ

01337 810 391

Ticket prices:

Adult: £9.50
Child: £6.50
Concession: £8.00
Family 2+2: £30
Family 2+3: £35

  •   Warm welcome on to a courtyard where there’s an Edinburgh wooden mill shop, toilets and a cafe along with reception to deer centre. To start with the cafe. Dreadful lentil... read more


      we visited as a family of 4 (one baby, one toddler and us parents) last week. The lady at the entry is very polite and helpful so I won't say... read more


      Had a lovely afternoon here, it was in December so very cold. Didn’t see the bear as he was asleep but seen loads of Deer which was what I went... read more

  •   While it was an interesting place to visit it did feel more of a family place and there was a definite slant towards families.

    Animals were obviously well... read more


      Visited yesterday a cold day but very interesting the exhibitions were well done ,the feed ing tour was good to see do recomend it

    David C

      As a disabled person I was sceptical about visiting the Deer Centre .... I was so surprised to find it extremely accessible and full of exciting things to see and... read more

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